There's been hundreds of Jordan colorways over the years, some good, some bad and some downright ugly. And while a lot of the good ones have had their shot at a re-release there's still a few bangers from Jordan Brand's back-catalogue that are yet to get their second rising.
We've been over this list a few times in the office, and while there was much debate about the shortlist, we all agreed that the re-release of these five colorways is a must.
So! Let's get into it:
Air Jordan 6 "Midnight Navy/ (2000)
In the infant stages of Jordan Brand's venture into non-OG colorways, they played it safe. This "Midnight Navy/ colorway of the Air Jordan 6 is simply a slight variation of the original Air Jordan 6 “Sport Blue”, which debuted to a warm reception back in 2000. Since then, the colorway has been on the minds of those who passed up. And 18 years later, the thirst for a retro of these gems has never been bigger.
Select sizes are available now on eBay.
Air Jordan 16 "Cherrywood/ (2001)
Not many people love the Jordan 16, but you cannot deny this colorway's greatness. Sneakerheads have been begging for the re-release for almost two decades now. It was, at the time, a truly unique combo in the Air ...